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What Exactly is Agenda 21?

Published on October 17, 2016 by   ·   No Comments

DAISY LUTHER -

 The “21” in Agenda 21 refers to the 21st Century

When most folks hear the words “Agenda 21” they have one of three responses:
  1. Huh? What’s that?
  2. Oh yay! It’ll turn the world into Utopia and global warming will stop and life will be rainbows and unicorns again!
  3. It’s a plan to remove personal liberty and move us closer to a one-world government. Where the heck is my tinfoil?
Some folks don’t even believe it exists,  others think it exists but is a good thing turned into a nasty conspiracy theory, and the majority are blissfully oblivious. Even though many people don’t realize it, we’re all being nudged toward an Agenda-21 ruled world. It’s easy, too, because it promises a green world of lollipops and rainbows and most of it will be “free.”
To put it as simply as possible, Agenda 21 is world domination with a warm, fuzzy glow. Once you understand it, you’ll never look at “regulations” the same way again.

Here’s how it all started.

In 1992, peace-loving tree huggers at the UN devised a plan for the world. That’s right – the friendly folks at the UN’s Division for Sustainable Development (DSD) created a master plan for ALL of us.

Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally, and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment.

So, let’s see if we understand this correctly.

  • A plan of action. Got it.
  • To be taken globally…okay – everyone must participate.
  • In every area in which human impacts on the environment….yep, that covers everyone and everything in the entire world.

It’s a warm fuzzy way to take over the world! Group hug, anyone?

Agenda 21 is a 350-page action plan divided into 40 chapters. It was developed at a summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. The “21” in Agenda 21 refers to the 21st Century. You can read the entire unsettling plot HERE but the general idea is that the group of “leaders” intends to have a collective finger in every pie on the planet.

I.  SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS

The first section of the pact plan deals with the people of the world. Particularly, the DSD wants to “help” those in Third World countries live “better”. They’ll be taught:

  • How to make more money by putting everyone to work in perfect accordance with the goals of the Agenda
  • How to maintain their health through vaccinations and modern medicine
  • How to govern themselves in accordance with the plan
  • How to control their populations
  • All in all, they’ll learn how to make decisions that will concur with the ideals of the Agenda.

II.  CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES FOR DEVELOPMENT

This section includes protection of the atmosphere, land, mountains, oceans, and fresh waters – everything in the environment of a given country. This means that historical ways of using these resources could be outlawed – changing the basic ways of life for the indigenous people to make way for “progress” and “sustainability”.  This gives control of all natural resources to the good folks of the DSD.

Section 2 (specifically Chapter 9, subsection #8) also uses the unproven science of global warming to further the controls placed on the acquisition and use of resources. This section of the articles of Agenda 21 confers vast taxation on resources while allowing huge companies to use the green ideology to receive carbon credits, reallocating money from the power to the rich under a cloak of green hypocrisy.

….the United Nations is demanding $76 trillion from the first world over the next 40 years to encourage the development of “green” technologies in the third world. The defense of such a reckless agenda has rested on the unwarranted claim that the globe was hovering on the precipice of environmental devastation. “Green” ideology has become the bulwark of older agendas: The nations of the West must end their own prosperity, because that is only “fair” — and it necessary to save the world from Capitalist greed.  from The New American

By specifically outlining the management of all natural resources, it disallows the use of them for any but the 1% in power, effectively keeping people from farming, fishing, mining, or otherwise harvesting the innate supplies provided by their environments.

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